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34-year-old Michael Lee Schwebach killed following shooting in Sioux City

Sioux City Police obtained an arrest warrant for first-degree murder for 21-year-old Sioux City resident Mario Alberto Corona Ruiz.



The Sioux City Police have identified the victim of a deadly shooting that occurred on Thursday morning on the west side of Sioux City.

The victim, Michael Lee Schwebach, a 34-year-old resident of Sioux City, sustained a single gunshot wound in the vicinity of West 19th and Center Street at approximately 5 a.m. on Thursday.

He was transported by ambulance to MercyOne Siouxland Medical Center, where he ultimately passed away.

The suspect in the case has been charged with first-degree murder.

Sioux City Police secured a first-degree murder arrest warrant for 21-year-old Mario Alberto Corona Ruiz, a resident of Sioux City, on Friday.

Mario Alberto Corona Ruiz

Later in the day, the suspect was apprehended in South Sioux City, Nebraska, with the help of ATF, US Marshals, and the South Sioux City Police Department, and the arrest transpired without any issues, as stated by the Sioux City Police.

They also mentioned that the incident seems to have been directed at a specific target, and there is no indication of a threat to the general public.